PhillyInc Archive: December, 2009

Xers’ burden: Housing debt

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Welcome to Act II of Generation Hexed. In yesterday’s curtain-raiser (read that and more here), the audience heard a tale of how about... Read more

Vexed Generation X, going for broke

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You are somewhere between 35 and 45 years old, give or take, and you can’t shake the feeling that things just aren’t adding up... Read more

No need for a Wharton expert

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When the Phillies unloaded Cliff Lee to make room for Roy Halladay in a deal worth many millions, it coincided with my boss telling me to get... Read more

Tengion files for IPO after restructuring in 2009

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Remember initial public offerings? As cold as it’s been around here over the last week, it’s been positively arctic-like for the... Read more

No inflation, chance of double-dip, says IHS forecast for 2010

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You can find a prediction for how the economy will fare in 2010 to fit any point of view. Worried about jobs? There’s still a lot to... Read more

Decade's best and worst industries? VoIP and apparel manufacture

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It’s the most wonderful time of year for lists of the best and worst of everything. My taste in trivia trends toward the corporate,... Read more

Metro, Republic First need more time to close merger

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Two small banks have extended their engagement to March 31, 2010. Metro Bancorp Inc., of Harrisburg, agreed to buy Republic First Bancorp... Read more

Incyte, Teva reach drug development deals

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The end of the year always brings a flurry of deal-making, and not just in the store aisles. After all, Jan. 1 is a new tax year, and companies... Read more